Surviving Mesothelioma, a Terminal Cancer: Paul Kraus’ Remarkable Story
For anyone faced with a dire prognosis of cancer or any other disease, the following interview will inspire you. In the annals of cancer, mesothelioma is one of the worst possible types of cancer to have. In the words of oncologists it has a “dismal therapeutic outcome” and is “an aggressive incurable tumor.” The median survival from diagnosis ranges from 6 to 18 months. Despite this prognosis, Mr. Paul Kraus is alive more than 16 years after he was diagnosed with mesothelioma. What is equally remarkable is that Mr. Kraus had no orthodox cancer therapies…
In this interview, Paul Kraus answers many questions, including:
- What types of symptoms did you experience that led to your diagnosis?
- How was your health history prior to your mesothelioma diagnosis?
- Had you been exposed to asbestos?
- How did you make your treatment decisions?
- Which vitamins did you take?
- Did you use ozone therapy?
- What other treatments did you use?
- How quickly did you do your treatments after diagnosis?
- What conventional treatments did you have?
- How are you doing now?
- What advice do you have for other mesothelioma patients?
The full interview is now available for free in the book “Surviving Mesothelioma and Other Cancers: A Patient’s Guide.”